Charlestown, Cornwall

Charlestown tide times



January 2023

Charlestown tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Tue31
06:492.0m
19:282.0m
00:323.9m
13:133.9m


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February 2023

Charlestown tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Wed01
08:172.0m
20:521.9m
01:513.9m
14:293.9m
Thu02
09:351.8m
21:581.7m
02:584.1m
15:314.0m
Fri03
10:301.5m
22:471.4m
03:534.3m
16:224.3m
Sat04
11:151.2m
23:291.2m
04:394.6m
17:054.4m
Sun05
11:551.0m
05:194.8m
17:444.6m
Mon06
00:061.0m
12:300.9m
05:574.9m
18:214.6m
Tue07
00:380.9m
13:010.8m
06:344.9m
18:574.6m
Wed08
01:080.9m
13:290.8m
07:094.9m
19:314.6m
Thu09
01:350.9m
13:550.9m
07:414.8m
20:014.6m
Fri10
02:020.9m
14:211.0m
08:104.7m
20:284.5m
Sat11
02:301.0m
14:501.1m
08:384.6m
20:544.4m
Sun12
03:011.2m
15:231.2m
09:084.5m
21:264.3m


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February 2023

Charlestown tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Mon13
03:391.4m
16:051.5m
09:484.3m
22:144.1m
Tue14
04:291.6m
17:031.7m
10:464.1m
23:244.0m
Wed15
05:441.9m
18:321.9m
12:064.0m
Thu16
07:301.9m
20:161.8m
00:524.0m
13:404.0m
Fri17
09:011.5m
21:361.4m
02:234.2m
15:074.2m
Sat18
10:121.1m
22:391.0m
03:374.6m
16:154.5m
Sun19
11:100.6m
23:330.5m
04:374.9m
17:124.8m
Mon20
12:010.2m
05:295.2m
18:035.0m
Tue21
00:210.2m
12:47-0.1m
06:195.4m
18:515.1m
Wed22
01:050.0m
13:30-0.2m
07:065.5m
19:345.2m
Thu23
01:460.0m
14:090.0m
07:495.4m
20:125.1m
Fri24
02:230.2m
14:450.2m
08:285.2m
20:464.9m
Sat25
02:580.5m
15:190.6m
09:015.0m
21:154.6m
Sun26
03:310.9m
15:521.1m
09:304.6m
21:424.4m
Mon27
04:061.3m
16:281.6m
10:004.2m
22:154.1m
Tue28
04:501.8m
17:182.0m
10:413.9m
23:093.8m


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March 2023

Charlestown tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Wed01
05:552.1m
18:302.2m
12:013.6m
Thu02
07:262.2m
20:102.2m
01:003.7m
14:043.6m
Fri03
09:201.9m
21:401.8m
02:313.9m
15:113.8m
Sat04
10:141.5m
22:291.4m
03:304.2m
16:024.1m
Sun05
10:571.2m
23:101.1m
04:164.5m
16:444.4m


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Cornwall

Things to see and do near Charlestown

If you're planning a visit to Charlestown, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Explore the South West Coast Path – Stretching from Minehead in Somerset to Poole Harbour in Dorset, the South West Coast Path is a 630-mile national trail and the longest of its kind in the UK. It passes through Charlestown and offers stunning views of the Cornish coastline.
  • Go Surfing – With its mild climate and large waves, Cornwall is one of the best places in the UK for surfing. Charlestown is home to several great surf spots, where you can find spots suitable for all levels.
  • Visit the Eden Project – Located only a few miles away, the Eden Project is a huge botanical garden and educational visitor attraction. It features the world’s largest rainforest in captivity, and a variety of interactive exhibits and activities.
  • Take a Stroll in the Countryside – Just outside Charlestown lies the beautiful countryside of Cornwall, with its rolling hills and lush green pastures. It’s the perfect place for an afternoon stroll or bike ride.
  • Visit Charlestown Harbour – This traditional fishing port is a great place to take a walk and admire the beautiful boats, as well as sample some of the local seafood.
  • Relax at a Beach – Cornwall is home to some of Britain’s most stunning beaches, and Charlestown is no exception. Whether you’re looking for a peaceful spot to relax, or a more lively beach for sunbathing and swimming, you’re sure to find it here.
  • Explore the Local History – Charlestown has a rich history, and is home to many historic buildings, including the old town hall and the harbour walls. Take a walk around to learn more about the area’s past.
  • Tour a National Trust Property – Nearby, you’ll find a number of National Trust properties, including Lanhydrock House and Cotehele. These are great places to explore the local history and culture, as well as enjoy a peaceful walk in the countryside.
  • Visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan – These beautiful gardens were once part of a large estate, and are now a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can explore the gardens, which are home to a variety of exotic plants and wildlife.
  • Explore the Local Markets – Charlestown is home to a number of traditional markets, selling everything from fresh produce to handmade crafts.
  • Try the Local Cuisine – Cornwall is known for its delicious seafood, and Charlestown is the perfect place to sample some of the region’s best dishes.
  • Take a Boat Trip – From Charlestown harbour, you can take a boat trip and explore the surrounding coast and nearby islands.
  • Visit a Local Brewery – Cornwall is home to many great breweries, and Charlestown is no exception. Visit one of the local brewers and sample some of their delicious craft beers.
  • Take a Day Trip to St Ives – This picturesque fishing village is only a short drive away and is home to a number of great attractions, including the Barbara Hepworth Museum and The Exchange art gallery.
  • Go Horse Riding – Take a ride along the beach or around the countryside and enjoy the stunning scenery.

There are many things to see and do near Charlestown. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!